tv Risk and Reward With Deidre Bolton FOX Business October 26, 2016 5:00pm-6:01pm EDT
other places. politicians. democratic policies have also given rise to crippling crime and total violence. then there's the issue of taxation and regulation. massive taxes, massive regulation of small business and radical restrictions on american energy, have driven jobs and opportunities out of our inner cities and many cases out of our country. hillary wants to raise taxes very, very substantially on everybody and on business, and especially on small business as high as 45%, which will onl drive more jobs out of your community, out of our country and into other countries. one of the greatest betrayals has been the issue of immigration. illegal immigration violates the civil rights of african-americans. that's what's been happening.
[applause] no group has been more economically harmed by decades of illegal immigration than low income african-american workers. hillary's pledge to enact open borders, made in secret to a foreign bank, wikileaks -- this wikileaks is unbelievable. [cheers] what we've learned about her and her people. what they've said about hear behind her back, but now it's not behind her back. she's got bad instincts, according to john podesta. hillary has bad instincts. i wouldn't want my people saying those things? i wonder what they're saying? can we check it out? they say terrible, terrible things about her. if they say that and work with her all the time, why would we want her to be president? [applause] at the center of my
revitalization plan is the issue of trade. massive chronic trade deficits have emptied out our jobs. just look at what's happened to baltimore, detroit, pittsburgh, cleveland, and right here in north carolina, you than for a fact. it's the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world. if i'm president and the executives at ford motor company announce they are moving their jobs and plants to mexico, i will pick up the phone and make a very, very simple call. i don't know if it's presidential but i'd rather do it myself. who cares? who cares? [cheers and applause] thank you. thank you.
thank you. very funny, very nice, he's screaming make that call! make that call! takes me five minutes, i'd rather do it myself. it will get done properly. i will tell those executives, if they move their factories to mexico, i will put a 35% tax on their product, which in this case is small cars. they're moving their small car plants out of mostly michigan, moving to mexico. it's terrible. they're going to make the small cars. might be a small car but it's a lot of business. before they ship it back to the united ates. so they're going to pay a tax, 35%. you tell them, and you know what? they're going to stay, they're going to stay. they're not leaving, they're not leaving, but nobody ever says that, the politicians don't say that because they're getting campaign contributions from these people and the special interests. so they're not going to say it.
me i'm saying it. i'm working for you, folks. we're going to get this thing right. we're going to get it right. [ applause ] such a big problem, our jobs are leaving us and people are being fired all over the country, our plants, our factories are leaving us. we won't let your jobs be stolen from you anymore. not going to happen. [applause] so easy. when we stop offshoring to low wage countries, we raise wages at home, rent and bills become instantly more affordable. at the same time, my plan to lower the business tax from 35% to 15% will bring thousands of new companies onto our shores. [applause] we'll have jobs. we'll have jobs back. it also includes a massive middle-class tax cut, tax free child care savings accounts and child care tax deductions and
credits, and a total simplification of the tax code. [applause] i will also propose tax holidays for inner city investment, a new tax incentive to get foreign companies to relocate in blighted american neighborhoods and they will do that. it will be worthwhile. it's called incentive. they will do it. i will further empower cities and states to seek a federal disaster designation for blighted communities in order to initiate the rebuilding of vital infrastructure, the demolition of abanded properties and the increased presence of law enforcement so we have safety in our community. we need that. we need that. some of our inner cities are more dangerous than some of the war zones that we're reading about and seeing about every
night. we have to stop that. i will also pursue financial reforms to make it easier for young african-americans to get credit to pursue their dreams in business and create jobs in their communities. it's going to be beautiful. such talent. such a potential talent out, there it's so incredible and totally being wasted, wasted by politicians that maybe don't want to see it happen. dodd-frank has been a disaster making it harder for small businesses to get the credit you need. you folks know. that the policies of the clintons brought us the financial recession through lifting glass-steagall, pushing subprime lending and blocking reforms to fannie and freddie, two friendly names but not so friendly. [laughter] >> time for a 21st century glass-steagall and as part of that priority of helping african-american businesses get
the credit they need. we'll also encourage small business creation by allowing social welfare workers to convert poverty assistance into repayable but forgivable microloans. very simple but something so good. then there's the issue of public safety. making our community safe again will be a priority for the trump administration. safe. [applause] >> we love you! >> thank you, i love you, too. [applause] so many, so many people, so many people, you walk to the store to b a loaf of bread with your child and you get shot, your child gets shot. got to stop it. no good. no good. we need safety. i have heard and have listened to the concerns raised by african-american citizens about our justice system and i
promise that under a trump administration, the law will be applied fairly, equally and without prejudice. there will be no prejudice. [applause] there will be only one set of rules, not a two-tiered system of justice like we have right now. you see that with hillary clinton. think of it. think of it. think of it. she deletes 33,000 e-mails after getting a subpoena from the united states congress and she has no trouble, and in your community, you know what you're going through. can you imagine if you did that? can you imagine if i did that? they would reinstitute the electric chair. forget about you. how about me? would i be in trouble? it is so unfair. it is so unfair that she's even allowed to run for the office of president.
[cheers] and then you probably read $675,000 went to the wife of the head of the fbi who was in charge of the investigation to her campaign? no, no. is this too hard to believe? went to the head of the fbi's wife who was in charge of the investigation of the hillary clinton e-mail scandal, and then you wonder, gee, i wonder why she got off? that is a serious, horrible thing. look, it's a horrible thing. it's not even believable. i have people, great, great lawyers, they can't even believe what's happening. the best evident of unequal justice is that hillary clinton could violate so many laws, bleach and delete her 33,000 e-mails and especially after the subpoena from congress. lied to congress.
lied to the fbi. put her national security at grave risk. our national security was put at unbelievable risk with what she was doing and not even face so much as a minor fine. now think of it, a major general, a four-star general, that's about the top, general james cartwright lied one time to the fbi and probably did it, he did it in my opinion for national security reasons, and he may go to jail for five-year sentence. think of it. five years, he may go to jail for five years. one time to the fbi. she lied looks like hundreds of times. how about she couldn't remember 39 times. each one of the 39 was a lie, right? [applause]
equal justice also means the same rules for wall street. the obama administration never held wall street accountable. we will also police our streets. have to make our streets safe. i want every poor african-american child to be able to walk down the street in peace and not be scared and not be hurt. [applause] the problem is not the presence of police but the absence of police. we need really a great group of people to keep you safe, to keep us all safe. to keep us all safe. you know the murder rate in the united states, i don't know if you know this because the press never talks about it, is the highest it's been, think of this, in 45 years. nobody knows at. the murder rate highest it's been in 45 years. i will invest in training and funding both local and federal law enforcement operations to remove the gang members, drug
dealers and criminal cartels from our neighborhoods. [cheers and applause] the reduction of crime is not merely a goal, it's a necessity for all of us, we will get it done. the war on police urged on by my rival is really reckless, what's happening is reckless and dangerous and puts african-american lives at risk, and all you have to do is looking at the statistics and see what's happening. we must work with our police, not against them, we're going to work together, and we're going to have an amazing relationship. because everybody wants the same thing, we all want the same thing. our immigration, that is my policy on immigration is so simple. we will restore the civil rights of african-americans, hispanic-americans and all
americans by ending illegal immigration, and yes, we will build a wall. we will build a wall. [applause] and we're going to stop the inflow, the massive inflow of drugs which is coming into your community, more than any community but coming into your community and poisoning our youth and poisoning many other people. but poisoning our youth. i will reform visa rules to give american workers preference for jobs, and i will suspend reckless refugee admissions from terror prone regions that cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars. [applause] a portion of the massive amounts of money saved by enforcing our suspending refugees will be reinvested in our inner cities. don't forget, many of the refugees are coming from syria
and other parts of the world. we don't know where they're from, who they are, what their thought process is, and they're being let in by the thousands and thousands and thousands and hillary clinton wants to allow a 550% increase over what president obama is allowing. [booing] we don't know what's going to happen. this is the story of the trojan horse. this is your second trojan horse guaranteed. and i can tell you right now it's not happening. not with me. it will be ended. it will be ended. [applause] that will be ended. we have enough problems in our country. it's time to help the american citizens who have become refugees in their own country. infrastructure will be another major goal. my contract calls for one trillion dollars in infrastructure investment of which the inner cities will be
a major beneficiary. we need something done. it's so bad. you look at your roads and look at your everything, you look at schools and hospitals everything, it's so bad. i would also cancel all wasteful climate change spending from obama-clinton. [cheers and applause] we're giving billions and billions of dollars away, we have no idea for what, and others aren't doing so much. believe me, they are laughing. that's what they're doing, laughing at us. including all global warming payments to the united nations, billions of dollars. [applause] but listen to this, these steps will save $100 billion over eight years and this money will be used to help rebuild the vital infrastructure including the water systems in america's inner cities. you see fli, michigan, what's
happened there. it is unbelievable, horrible, incompetent politicians doing the wrong thing. school choice is at the center of my plan. such a great thing. and by the way, we're going to terminate common core and bring education local. [cheers and applause] so important. look it's not working the way it is now. i don't know why anybody would fight it. we know who's fighting it. you know that. my proposal redirects education spending to allow every disadvantaged child in america to attend the public-private, charter, religious or home school of their choice. [applause] school choice is the great
civil rights issue of our time, and i will be the nation's biggest cheerleader for school choice in all 50 states. what a difference it will make. [applause] i will also be establishing a commission which will include some of the tremendous people i met backstage today. raise your hands. you people were -- thank you -- so great. some great ideas. to tackle the school to prison pipeline and to shut that pipeline down, and to create, so important, and to create a new pathway that leads from a great education instead to a great job. that's what we want. it is. school to prison. my plan will also ensure funding for historical black colleges and universities more
affordable, two- and four-year college and support for trade and vocational education. you know, i've gone to school with many people. some totally brilliant at one thing but not at all brilliant at other. but we all know, this we've had students that sat next us to in class and they were terrible students but phenomenal at fixing a car engine. they were phenomenal at fixing a television set, they can take it apart blindfolded, and i can't do that. and you can't do that, but they were phenomenal at fixing things. we don't do that anymore. remember we used to have this great vocational education? they were horrible students and they were great, they can take the motor, they can take an engine apart blindfolded, and we have to bring that back. and that's what they love doing. that's what they love doing. and they'll do fantastically
with it. [applause] don't you think? so true. so we're going to get that going again. finally my agenda includes the protection of religious liberty. [cheers and applause] great, nice to see. very nice to see. that's something you'll never hear from hillary clinton. that, i can tell you. the promotion of family and support for the african-american church, it's been a tremendous power in this country for so many years. this is just the beginning because i will never, ever take
the african-american community for granted. never, ever. [applause] unlike hillary who does nothing, nothing for the hispanics or for the african-american community. it will be my mission to prove to this country that yesterday does not have to be tomorrow. [applause] the vicious cycle of poverty can be broken, and great new things can happen for all of our people. great new things can happen, but to achieve this future, we must reject the failed elites from washington who have been wrong about virtually everything happening for decades. hey, they've been wrong about the wars. they've been wrong about jobs. they've been wrong about everything, and the question is are they stupid?
the question is are they stupid or do they have a plan? i actually think for the most part they have a plan, but some are not too smart, and you're right about the swamp. say it again. right? >> drain the swamp! drain the swamp! drain the swamp! >> and i said that about a week ago, and i didn't like it that much, didn't sound that great, and the whole world picked it up. so it shows you what i know. crazy. drain the swamp. we're going to drain the swamp of washington, we're going to have fun doing it, we're all doing it together. it is funny. [cheers and applause] funny how things like that happen. i was listening the other day to a great singer, one of the
great legends, and said didn't like it, didn't like it, became one of the greatest hits of all times. drain the swamp, i didn't like it. now i love it, right? [laughter] the people opposing us promised that passing nafta and opening markets to china would bring a new era of jobs and prosperity. that didn't happen. instead, they brought only poverty and heart ache and loss. the people opposing us are the same people who we've -- and think of this, who wasted $6 trillion on wars in the middle east. we could have rebuilt our country twice, that have produced more terrorism, more death, more suffering, imagine if that money had been spent right here in our home. we've totally destabilized the middle east, and if you think about it, $6 trillion, and was
far better 15 years ago. so we've made it worse. we spent 6 trillion, lost thousands of lives. you could say hundreds of thousands of lives because look at the other side also. lost hundreds of thousands of lives and we're far worse off than we were when we started. who are the people that do this? and then we end the war in such a bad way that a vacuum is formed and we have isis, and that was the jv, the junior varsity but now the jv is violent and vicious and ensconced in 32 different nations, and the one that gave us the jv now says how she's going to get rid of it. not going to happen, folks. just words. just words. just words.
for 30 years she's been talking, for 30 years, only bad things happened for her. she tried to build democracy in libya and she failed. she tried to build democracy in iraq, and she failed. she tried regime change in egypt and that was a disaster. she pressed regime change in syria and that failed. she tried a russian reset that was laughed at. laughed at. putin has no respect for her whatsoever. >> see, i'm not allowed to say it, but i'll accept it! [ cheers ] >> who said that? [cheers]
a star is born! now if i said that, i'd be in big trouble. she tried an asia pivot and that failed, now hillary clinton wants to confront nuclear armed russia with a shooting war in syria, that could very well lead us into world war iii. for what? she doesn't get it. she doesn't understand. remember, her top person says she has bad instincts. she's got bad instincts, and by the way, we want to be so strong, want to make our military so strong, want to take care of our vets better than they've ever been taken care of. [applause] peace through strength. peace through strength. we have no choice, these are vicious times. this is not a time to have a
depleted, a depleted military. we're not going to have that. we have the greatest people in the world in the military, we're not going to have that but we are going to take care of our vets also. [applause] finally, our opponents passed a health care law and embraced by hillary clinton over the furious objections of the american voter, and most politicians, i mean, they didn't want it, other than he lied and lied. you can have your plan, you can have your doctor, 28 different times and enough democrats went over to that side, they made a mistake. obamacare is destroying our health care system. premiums are skyrocketing double digits and surging by more than 100%, and think of it, in the great state of arizona, i love arizona, it's going up 118%. oh, but don't worry, you're going to catch that, too. doctors are quitting, insurers
are leaving and companies are fleeing. i said it was going to be no good before it was passed. if we don't repeal and replace obamacare, we'll lose our health care system forever. we have to get rid of it. it's a disaster. it's too expensive, it doesn't work, and you get no coverage. the deductible is so high that you'll essentially never use it. now is the time to embrace a new direction. i've been very lucky and led a great life. now i want to give back to the country which i love which has been so good to me. [applause] i just left a hotel, beautiful, beautiful building, the old post office on pennsylvania
avenue in washington, d.c. and it's mine. [laughter] it was just built. it's right between the capitol building and the white house. so this way i figure i'll get to washington one way or the other, right? [applause] pennsylvania avenue. but i'm very proud of it and very proud of my children because we delivered it under budget and ahead of schedule, creating thousands of jobs, including construction. it will be one of the finest hotels anywhere in the world and a great symbol for our country for many years to come. i took two hours to fly into washington to cut the ribbon with my children and then jump on the plane to be here with you. just did it. [applause] i wanted to be there for my children who work so hard on the hotel. they worked so hard, and
particularly ivanka in this case, and i always feel, this i feel this so strongly, parents must stick and encourage and support their children. [cheers and applause] we've been very bad. they work, work, work, 24 hours a day and say i'm not going. takes the heart out of them, don't you think? they did a great job on the hotel, and i told them so, and hillary said donald trump took time off the campaign. can you believe it? here's a woman who goes home and goes sleep all the time. think of it. she's got no energy whatsoever, everyone is talking about the fact that i'll do 7, 8, 9 stops, make three or four major speeches. for instance, right after this we have thousands and thousands of people in north carolina coming to another one. last night 25,000 people.
i got home at 1:00 in the morning. here's a woman she makes a speech for 15 minutes. goes home and goes to bed. [laughter] honestly, she has less eergy thaneb bush. [cheers] i mean it. i mean it. and the reason i bring him up, he didn't sign the pledge, so he's open game. so he signed the pledge, right? but he didn't honor it. how do you live with yourself. he signs the pledge and he doesn't live it. how do you like that, and then she as a speech today, she criticized me for going to the opening of this building, which was in and out. it's not the way life works. but i was also there for another reason, the workers.
they did a magnificent job. they were there. [applause] and without them, it could never have been built so quickly or so beautifully. the rebuilding we did at the old post office is the rebuilding i want to do for our country. we're going to rebuild our country. [applause] i want to go into the inner cities, the poor, rural communities and failing schools and work on a national plan for total revitalization, we're going to be so proud of our country again. i'm tired of the excuses from our lame politicians. i'm tired of being told that it can't be done. i'm tired of people asking americans to defer their dreams for another day, but they really mean for many decades. enough waiting.
the time is now. there is nothing we cannot accomplish. there is no task or too great. there is no dream outside of our reach. everywhere i go in this country ai see is untapped potential waiting to be set free, and maybe the greatest of that potential is in the african-american communities. there's so much potential. [applause] but we will never realize their potential if we continue putting our faith in a broken political system that has let us down time and time again. we have to choose the more optimistic path. we have to choose to believe not in our politicians, not in these people that got us there, but to believe in ourselves and the future of our country. if we do that, anything is
possible, so i'm asking america to join me in dreaming big and bold things for our future. let's close the history books on the failures in washington and let's open a new chapter of success and prosperity for everyone, especially now, especially for our african-american communities. [cheers and applause] and that's going to happen. i am very humbled beyond words to be the nominee of the party of abraham lincoln. a lot of people don't know. that the party of abraham lincoln. and it is my highest and greatest hope that the republican party can be the home and the future and forever more for african-americans and the african-american vote because i will produce and get
others to produce, and we know for a fact it doesn't work with the democrats and certainly isn't going to work with hillary. [applause] together we will have a government of, by and for the people. and we will make america great again for all americans. thank you very much, and god bless you everybody. great honor to be here. thank you. [cheers and applause] god bless you. what an honor. thank you. thank you very much. thank you.. liz: i'm liz macdonald with "risk & reward." donald trump wrapping up what is likely the most electrifying and emotionally charged speech of his entire campaign. there were notes of grace throughout, notes of elegance
throughout. he spoke from his heart to mostly african-american crowd in charlotte, north carolina. he said you have fought in every war since the revolution. the revolutionary war and took to the and use the picket lines to raise and lift the conscience of america. but we have failed you. washington, d.c., has failed you. your inner cities are blighted with poverty with, joblessness, with murders and crime. he's saying it's time for a change, time for a new day of optimism, that he is the man to do that. right to our political power panel with reaction. republican strategist gianno caldwell and democratic strategist sascha burns. your thoughts? >> this was a true telling session mr. trump gave. maze jackson often challenges democrats and republicans what's in it for black people? what's in it for black people is credit for african-american businesses, microloans, closing
the school to prison pipeline, funding for hbcu's, financial reforms, these are things we have not heard from a democratic candidate running for president, we haven't heard from a republican, especially a republican candidate running for president. if the media covers this well, if they cover this like they should, provide the coverage for hillary clinton, i think there's going to be a lot of african-americans that take pause with votes for hillary clinton and there's going to be a number that says hey, i'm going stay home and let the chips fall where they may. he has to stay on message throughout, he has to continue and pump this out through his own campaign vehicles because the media isn't likely to cover this. liz: you are right. given the media coverage, sasha is basically the trump campaign is thought to be improbable campaign. when you listen to supporters, there is a reason why he has such a huge following. he's saying the future belongs to the dreamers, not the cynics, to thedoers, the men
and women failed by washington, d.c. the little guy who works every day and struggles, the little guy and gal who try to get by and can't and voting politicians into office who regularly fail them and tax them and regulate them and ruin their jobs. he's saying he's the guy to make the change. what do you say, sascha? >> the great irony is the people don't like anything he's talking about. the reason you think it was electrifying and powerful is it was a democratic speech. he talked about how terrible the wars in the middle east were -- liz: what do you mean the supporters don't like anything he's talking about. >> he was anti-war and pro socialist policy. everything was a democratic idea. liz: wait a minute, hang on, no, no, no, he's saying -- hang on a second. sascha, what you said is entirely wrong. said he in the speech, the democrats have been in control are inner cities for 50, 60, 70 years.
right? the democrats in control. what has that resulted in? and i hear what sascha is saying democrat ideas out there. you saw a detailed policy speech from donald trump how he wants to fix it, and what he is saying is what are you hearing from hillary clinton? vaguaries, vagueness, nothing. go. >> well, we know that black lives don't matter to hillary clinton, black votes matter to hillary clinton. we've seen that throughout her entire career, especially during the campaign. what donald trump laid out is something hillary clinton won't be able to match. at the end of the day this is good for the african-american community because when donald trump mentioned these issues time and time again throughout the campaign, the rebuttal isn't policy specific, saying i got the policy for the african-american community, it's name calling and rhetoric. that is problematic on many levels and thankful to see that donald trump has a moving policy that's going to largely benefit the black community. this isn't something that president obama has done. it isn't something i think h would do. i'm thankful to hear this from
mr. trump. liz: sascha, go ahead. >> let me go back to what i was saying. he needs to hope he has a democratic house as well as senate which he's going to have now because no -- >> that's not true. that's not true. liz: hold on, hold owait, wait, wait. >> no republican would pass any of these ideas. >> why? >> because it's social welfare. liz: where did you hear social welfare in the speech. >> he talked about social welfare programs. >> he talked about jobs. >> you read them all out. the school to prison pipeline, urban revitalization. liz: economic growth. >> it takes money and infrastructure to make that happen. he talks about 35% tax on the companies. no, because taxes originate in the house. liz: he's not going to do executive orders to raise taxes. he's talking about the hollowing out of the inner cities and the loss of jobs and how that has hurt
african-american communities. >> that comes from congress. liz: it comes from economic growth, go. >> i'm wondering what speech was sascha listening to or the dnc send her talking points? none of the stuff she is saying. >> you are listening to the i pretend i like black people speech. >> talk to you about the school to prison pipeline. there 2r.3 million people in the american prison system. about a million of the folks are african-americans. that's a serious issue. folks like chuck grassley, senator durbin has made mention there's a need for criminal justice reform, that's something that both parties agree on. where is that a social liberal policy? mr. trump has hit on the heart of the issues that face the african-american community and haven't heard much of that in this policy cycle. liz: we're out of time. you will stick around. watch this, the filmmaker michael moore said it sounded like he endorsed donald trump. i'm serious. the liberal filmmaker is on
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waiting for. the human hand grenade they can legally throw into the system that stole their lives from them. and on november 8, election day, although they lost their jobs, though they've been foreclosed on by the bank, next came the divorce and now the wife and kids are gone. car's been rep owed. they haven't had a real vacation in years. they're stuck with the [ bleep ] obamacare bronze plan when you can't even get a [ bleep ] percoset. they essentially lost everything they have! except one thing. one thing that doesn't cost them a cent and is guaranteed to them by the american constitution, the right to vote. they might be penniless, they might be homeless, they might be [ bleep ] over and [ bleep ], it doesn't matter because it's equalized on that day. a millionaire has the same
number of votes as the person without a job. one, and there's more of the former middle class than there are in the millionaire class. so on november 8, the dispossessed will walk into the voting booth, be handed a ballot, close the curtain and take that lever, or felt pen or touch screen and put a big [ bleep ] yes in the box by the name the man who has threatened to upend and overturn the very system that has ruined their lives. donald j. trump. liz: that was michael moore, he later went onto say that due to america's frustration with the current administration and system, he thinks trump will win the election he still is going to vote for hillary clinton. he's saying the trump voters essentially going to regret they voted for them. back with me gianno caldwell
and sasha burns. do you think he grasps the appeal for donald trump for a lot of voters. he's not a politician and not part of the system, he's speaking to the dispossessed and demoralized. >> i never thought i would say, this i agree with michael moore. i agree with him. i think he's largely speaking to the 42% of americans living below the poverty line. caucasian americans who came in the small towns, worked the factory jobs where they were managers, good wage and jobs went to mexico or china or whereverless. i think donald trump speaks to those folks's hearts. now we're in a new economy where obamacare isn't working. premiums are going up 50%, it is unaffordable and people want to make america great again. this is when they were in the good paying jobs and the opportunities are no longer available, they're in diners
and walmart greeters now. liz: talked about donald trump's visit to the detroit economic club where trump told executives straight to their faces if they move factories to mexico he'll slap a 35% tariff on cars and vehicles and no one will buy them. here's michael moore's reaction. >> it was an amazing thing to see. no politician, republican or democrat, had ever said anything like that to these executives. and it was music to the ears of people in michigan and ohio and pennsylvania and wisconsin. the brexit states. [ laughter ] >> again, michael moore pointing out trump's appeal to people who feel they've been beaten down by the system. he compares it to brexit, sascha. is he onto something there, michael moore? >> what he's onto is how to sell movies. if you follow what he says in his twitter feed, he says that
this video was put together and doctored to make it look like that's what he believes he. is in hysterics -- hold on. i'm talking about michael moore. he's in hysterics because the trump supporters are going to see trumpland. liz: stop, i'm sorry, forgive me. he's not saying the video can't be doctored, it's the exact same video that michael moore put out there, and what he's saying, gianno, is what's missing in the video, and i said it at the top that michael moore will vote for hillary clinton and that people who vote for donald trump are going to regret it just like the people who voted for brexit in england are going to regret brexit. >> he's saying how funny this is, they all think that my movie and i'm praising trump. then i'll come back from hell. liz: we just explained it. gianno, final word? >> my response to sascha is this, it makes no sense.
his words, he's obviously not praising trump. he's saying this is the feeling people are expressing by supporting donald trump. liz: we have to leave it there. thank you so much for your time. appreciate it. donald trump reiterating the failure of obamacare and plan to appeal it. next, one of the first victims week's obamacare disaster. he can't keep his plan. can't keep his doctor and now gets to pay double? this family man joins me next. don't go away. ♪
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tripling, he is a georgia man, his premium was $700 it will change to $1800 in january, that is a lot of money, jay, that letter of sent by blue cross blue shield. >> it is right. of georgia correct. liz: what happens if you don't accept this premium, what happens to you and your health care. >> that is yet to be determined. we have options. open roll aopen enrollment begins november 1, we'll have to see what is available. there are other options through christian groups issue we have to play it by ear, one thing is for certain we cannot budget $1900 a month for health care. liz: how does that stack up with your college tuition cost
or mortgage. >> definitely a budget buster for us, with our family budget, there is no way we can afford another $1,000 a month in this economy. down here is rural southern georgia, i know in larger cities perhaps the economy is doing better, but as a small business owner we're struggling to pay the bills as it is. we do have three children that are school-aged. it is a struggle to pay $700 a month for health care, $1800 is out of the question, there is a lot of themes that people that have the money could do. other than pay in to health care to benefit the economy. but this certainly is not one of those things. liz: is it more than your mor mortgage? >> absolutely. liz: more than college
tuition? >> our oldest is in 11th great, we're just beginning to look at this, it is factors in negatively as far as our budgeting process, we have two in college within the next few years. and it is going to reek havoc, this is not isolated. we thought it was, but we have talked with friends in our community and the state, and the nation, and there are a lot of people that are getting letters like this. liz: jay an thank you so much, we would like you to come back tell us more with the obamacare, thank you for your time. have wikileak resolution taken toll on national poll, a new fox poll, results are next don't go away. incredible bladder protection in a pad this thin, i didn't...
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